New Website Helps Consumers Discover Their True Financial Age™

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Brett Kitchen and Ethan Kap have recently launched a free website for consumers that are seeking alternatives to the unstable investment choices that have contributed to the current economic crisis.

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Safe money is the new sexy money.

Brett Kitchen and Ethan Kap have recently launched a free website for consumers that are seeking alternatives to the unstable investment choices that have contributed to the current economic crisis.

This interactive website allows people to discover their True Financial Age™ through a proprietary quiz that is simple, fun, and requires no personal identifying information to take. Consumers will find out if their current path will lead them to a financial death bed, the financial fountain of youth, or if they are simply in financial diapers. They are then presented with solutions to these problems that don’t involve stocks, bonds, mutual funds or real estate.

Through the use of engaging videos and articles, consumers are introduced to the “101 Plan” which is an alternative retirement planning tool the rich have been using for 200 years to safeguard their money, guarantee growth, and significantly reduce taxes on their retirement income. They are then educated on the specifics regarding the 101 plan and how to implement it to improve their personal financial situation.

“After years of seeing people follow conventional folly of financial teachings that lead to nothing more than paying more taxes, slavery to banks, credit cards, and mortgage companies, while leaving nothing for savings, we knew we had to help people,” said Brett Kitchen, co-founder of True FInancial Age.

For more information visit http://TrueFinancialAge.com or call Brett Kitchen at (801) 693-1677.

About Insurance Advocates, LLC

Co-founded by Brett Kitchen and Ethan Kap, Insurance Advocates, LLC is a company dedicated to helping consumers achieve the American Dream of retiring early with enough money to live the lifestyle they choose. They teach little-known wealth building strategies that don’t expose people’s money to the risk and taxes associated with the most common retirement choices.

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